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have former player and wade davis, former player. atlanta here in new york respectively. welcome to both of you. wade davis, let me begin with you. this is personal. you played for the titans and -- >> i played cornerback. >> same position. when you heart his remarks, did it surprise you, his tone? >> for did sort of surprise me. i was deeply saddened. i thought we moved a little further ahead in the conversation. i thought that guys would think a little bit before they spoke. i think the fact that he was talking to a comedian, he was trying to be a little funny. it came out horrific and inflammatoryy and i believe he understands the harm his words caused. >> wade davis, this is personal for you because you came out officially in a publication in june of last year. you finished playing back in 2004. why didn't you come out while you were playing? >> i didn't come out because i grew up with the ideology that i could never be a gay athlete from the time i was 7 years old plag playing a game of football. i thought my sexuality and the game of football didn't mix. i'm trying now to t
to atlanta for a very special program with miss king at the famed ebenezer baptist church, the church that was home base for dr. king during much of the civil rights movement. a conversation which would turn out to be one of her last on national television. we're glad you could join us to wrap up this 10th anniversary week with a conversation with coretta scott king, coming up right now. >> there is a saying that dr. king had that said there is always the right time to do the right thing. i just try to live my life every day by doing the right thing. we know that we are only halfway to completely eliminate hunger, and we have a lot of work to do. walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. as we work together, we can stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: as we kick off our second season in 2005, we could think of no better way to celebrate than by paying a visit to coretta scott king at atlanta's iconic ebenezer baptist church. we traveled to atlanta for a special program with mrs. king, taped in front of
don't remember april 4th at all. at the time we moved out to atlanta and so it was putting me to bed. the next day when my mother went to get my father's body and bring it back to atlanta she told me that, you know, my father would no longer be able to speak to me. he had gone home to live with god and god we went to the airport, got on the plane, and i heard this noise and i heard a bunch of breathing. he's grant be in a casket that he want people to talk to me. but i hear him breathing. no, it's not him. it later on i asked, is he going to eat? because i remember daddy being at home at the dinner table and reaching for the last onion and picking up salary. i remember that is in my mind. so i wanted to know how is he going to of eat and she said god is going to take care of him. a lot of light, a lot of cameras [inaudible] a time to do the eulogy they had decided to play my father's 1967 that he delivered at the baptist church that is the whole thing that talks about the justice when. they played that after. i remember my mom said we can't speak, i'm looking for my dad. but a child
and that was the evening my father had been assassinated. at that time she put aside the process and came to atlanta to help my mother out with a funeral arrangements and then with us the children were the first couple of years. and helping my mother with the establishment of the king center. at that time my mother said maybe i want to write my own life story. she proceeded to do that and publish that in 1969 and is no longer in print. in 2004 because mother had encouraged it in 66 and she knew about it she still wanted her to complete a she said what you go ahead and complete the manuscript in 2004? of course she began to do more work. as a result a few months or a year later my mother became ill. so she couldn't really focus. my mother passed in 16 months later my sister passed so it was delayed somewhat that by 2008 and close 2009 she started completing this particular book. i had a conversation with her one day. she was working on it and she said people need to know more about coretta. martin did not make coretta. they need to know coretta king from the strong family roots, the strong family tha
. >> stay tuned. >> fans jammed sports bars cheering for two teams, 49ers and their win over atlanta and the san jose sharks who won the season opener in calgary. they are extra excited since the team will be moving to santa clara soon. >> you're cheering for the 9ers because you want them to get super bowl and they've achieved that. the sharks are starting off their season, starting their journey to get to a stanley cup. >> i'd like to see the harbaughs go at it but my heart is in san francisco are. >>> the stadium is scheduled to open in 2014. >>> the they were down 17-0 in the first half, did they give up, not a chance. they came storming back. 4th quarter, frank gore scored part of it. a couple touchdowns and a field goal, they took the lead on the gore touchdown, and shut the falcons down in the second half. that was your ball game. vern glenn has more from the georgia dome. >> reporter: good morning everybody, welcome to the georgia dome here in atlanta. not quite super bowl hang over yet but the nfc championship hangover will have toot for
off this icy runway. at least 11 cities from raleigh to atlanta, to chicago to seattle will have delays. roads are also a mess. icy conditions cause major accidents. >> we can't respond as efficiently as we would, you know, in the summertime. it does pose some obstacles. >> reporter: newark officials got an assist by the mayor, cory booker who moonlights as a superhero. last year, he saved a woman from a fire. this time, he saved a dog in the cold. there's a bit of good news for frozen americans, milder weather is forecast to return to the midwest, south and northeast next week. although, it may be brief. tahman bradley, abc news. >>> and before we get the mild break that tahman just mentioned, 15 states are bratsing for a messy and icy commute. >> for the latest, we turn, now, to accuweather meteorologist, jim dickey. >> another brutally cold morning on tap. minus 16 in burlington. minus 5 in portland. down to 1 in syracuse. we're talking a weak area of low pressure. that's going to bring snow from the ohio valley toward the eastern seaboard, with an icy mix. places like raleigh
to the south. this dramatic video is right outside of the atlanta. you can see a tornado touching down there. we are getting a first look at the damage this powerful system left behind. >> that storm, those dramatic pictures about an hour outside of atlanta, passing right over freeway at one point. a local report says a large tree on meshed, killing a man who had saw shelter inside. -- a large tree fell on eight shed. -- on a shed. but there are reports of people trapped in the debris and at least one death. >> these trucks and cars flying over the truck. it was unbelievable. >> tornado sirens sounded warning residents to find cover fast. >> i was worried about everybody else, my family. >> the same system hit this factory. the deadly funnel cloud was part of a massive storm system pounding the southeast. power is out for tens of thousands after a confirmed a tornado touched down. from the air you can see the damage, homes and businesses ripped apart in memphis. she was not letting go of our grandson. -- her grandson. storm cleanup is underway in alabama. elsewhere in the state, strong winds
to defend their point of view. a woman and her two children fled to their attic in atlanta last week as a man with a crowbar forced his way into their home. she took a loaded .38 revolver with her. she called her husband at work who called 911. the intruder forced his way into the house, broke through two more locked doors and eventually discovered the woman and her kids. her husband on the phone with the 911 operator described what happened next. >> she shot him. she's shooting him. she's shooting him. she's shooting him. >> okay. >> shoot him again. shoot him. oh, no. >> joining me now is sheriff joe chapman of walton county, georgia, outside atlanta where the incident happened. sheriff, thank you very much for joining us here tonight. this woman fired all six bullets hitting the suspect five times. he survived. he's now in the hospital. did she do the right thing? >> absolutely. without any question she did. >> yeah. and some say that she may have needed more firepower. what do you think? >> well, i've heard all the debates and what i would have done, what she should have done, wh
to pennsylvania. among the hardest-hit spots, georgia, about 60 miles north of atlanta. a news crew for wsb witnessed a dramatic tornado touchdown. >> we could see circulation in the clouds right here. it looks like a tornado right near downtown cartersville at this moment. going towards i-75. again, a tornado. >> some more on what that twister left behind in a moment. so one person died as did a man in tennessee who we now know is 47-year-old vernon hartsell. he was killed when a tree fell on to a shed that he was inside. miguel marquez has more on the devastation and the cleanup. what can you tell us? >> good morning. we're not very far from where that man died. apparently a tree fell on a mobile home he was in. that's where he was killed. this is a storm that packed a 1,000 mile punch. >> we can see circulation in the clouds. >> reporter: a reporter from atlanta affiliate wsb caught one twister as it touched down. >> towards i-75. >> reporter: in its path, utter destruction. this is main street in adairsville, tornado tornado. you can see devastation on that side of the street. the truck
month. >> reporter: gun shows near orlando and atlanta drew huge crowds this weekend. but the decision to hold a gun collection show near newtown, connecticut, drew mixed messages. joe biden's gun violence task force is expected to put guard recommendations. the washington post could include the stiffer penalties for carrying guns near schools and track gun movement and sales and strengthen mental health and background checks. >> to keep the guns out of dangerous people. >> reporter: the white house may be working for ways to work around the nra. >> plenty of time to take a look at their recommendations once they come forward. what's going to dominate washington for the next three months here is going to and spending and debt. >> reporter: president obama has promised that gun violence is an issue that he won't put off. >>> and now here's your "first look" at this dish of scrambled politics. >>> general stanley mcchris tall wris there was a quote deficit of trust over decisions about the war. he was fired in 2010 after an article in rolling stone quoted him and his staff making dismisi
, richmond and atlanta. some time around 10:00 a.m. and through montgomery. fast-moving storms that will bring winds with it. it's going to be 70 in d.c. then the storms will roll through. tomorrow we have snow on the backside of this storm. i'll give you the snow totals and details a little later. >> thanks so much. >>> a stretch of the mighty mississippi is closed. and which business stories will be moving your money today. >>> plus a medical miracle involving arm transplants. this is a story you have to hear to believe. you're watching "first look." [ woman ] my boyfriend and i were going on vacation, so i used my citi thankyou card to pick up some accessories. a new belt. some nylons. and what girl wouldn't need new shoes? and with all the points i've been earning, i was able to get us a flight to our favorite climbing spot even on a holiday weekend. ♪ things are definitely looking up. [ male announcer ] with no blackout dates, you can use your citi thankyou points to travel whenever you want. visit citi.com/thankyoucards to apply. or that printing in color had to cost a
with the high right to the northeast of us. if you have travel plans today, the east coast, including atlanta over towards d.c., maybe even new york, a few delays possible with some rain. even some heavier rain at times as well. >> i love how this guy did this. this went on throughout the entire morning show as they scrambled to get computers back up and running. he even made graphics of the changing forecast of his mood. >> this is how i felt this morning. this is how i felt when i realized i could draw everything, and when i realized we're finally getting the computers back, this is how i feel right now. >> i like the hair color. >> well, i had to utilize the blue highlighter. >> finally, after an hour and a half, the computer was finally fixed. but the question is would it work? >> see if it works. ready? go back to weather one. >> there it is! >> we got it. >> excellent. >> thank you to everybody involved this morning. >> i like yours better. >> i got to say, i kind of like the hand drawn ones better myself. it kind of makes me want to set up a pictionary game between that guy and chad my
to atlanta -- >> i don't want this shot. >> reporter: -- to ohio. doctors in emergency rooms are overwhelmed with a flu that seems to be spreading like wildfire. in florida, where the flu has hit hard and early, 7-month-old baby estrella is sick with a respiratory virus the doctors are seeing along with influenza. just one of dozens of children dr. rosenberg has been treating. >> it's been an epidemic, a lot of admissions from the flu, more than ever. >> reporter: in illinois, doctors say they haven't seen this many cases since the swine flu outbreak in 2009. this year the flu is hitting even the strongest among us. like 28-year-old matt head. >> one minute i'm a thousand degrees sweating to death, and then the next thing i'm four degrees, freezing to death, wishing i was dead. >> reporter: in ohio, 863 people have been hospitalized with flu symptoms compared with 65 at this time last year. >> our normal volume would be anywhere from 40 patients. we're seeing 75, 80 patients today. >> reporter: emergency rooms are going to have longer wait times for everyone. and we still have five weeks lef
in the afternoon ahead of this. right now, atlanta getting pommeled with very very rain, and we're going to see a lot of very heavy rain >> shep: do you think it will keep itself together and go all the way to the east coast? >> yes, look what the future radar does with this storm. you see the pop-up in front of the mainline of storms that could being a better chance for tornadoes. go through the afternoon and the evening, and it's gone out of here by midnight tonight. when i replay this, for areas off to the north, because we'll be seeing it in the mid-atlantic and the northeast as well. looking at the storms, very heavy rain, and it's that line that moves through in the overnight hours, it's going to cause all kinds of problems in dc and new york. by 9:00 in the morning, we have rain down behind here, and after that, we have the rain that comes in. and very heavy snow. >> shep: rick, thanks lot. and continuing coverage of breaking news out of syria. the syrians are reporting that israel has launched a strike on targets near damascus. this is new now, and the u.s. officials have just commented
atlanta. might be small but he toshowed e judges he can belt it out like the best. listen to "a change is going to come." ♪ >> you hit me in the heart. >> i love you guys. this is crazy. >> you brought me to tears, which i am holding back, honestly. >> you brought me to tears that haven't fallen yet. >> he made it to the next round in hollywood. that's the best part the beginning when they are selecting everyone. >> talk about the politics now. it will be a heated day on capitol hill today. less than five hours away from the start of chuck howing el's confirmation hearing. doug luzader is live with a preview. a lot of ground to cover, doug. where do they start? >> that's a good question. it will be a long day. chuck hagel is a vietnam war veteran who has seen his share of action. his toughest political battle will be today. he will be itching for a fight when he nominated former republican senator. mitch mcconnell was at best noncommittal about how it would go forward. >> we have had a chance to discuss his positions privately. we are looking forward to looking at it publicly. see ho
for and others want to avoid. atlanta was actually one of the best and one of the worst clubs. chicago's o'hare airport top the list for worst airports. followed by kennedy, atlanta, laguardia, and it worked liberty international airport. by liberty international airport. atlanta,work charlotte, dallas-fort worth, houston bush intercontinental, detroit metropolitan airport. t
at the teenager's home. >>> an intruder who broke into a home near atlanta ended up in the hospital after coming face to face with a very protective mom. the woman heard the man come inside and start rummaging around her house. she grabbed her 9-year-old twins and her gun and hid in a crawlspace in the attic. when the man opened the door she opened fire. >> my wife is a hero. she protected her kids. she did what she was supposed to do as a responsible, prepared gun owner. >> the perpetrator opens that door -- of course, at that time, he is staring at her. her two children and a 38 revolver. >> she fired off all six rounds. shooting paul slater five times in the face and neck. police say he tried to escape in his truck but crashed up the road. the woman and her kids were not hurt. >>> switching gears now, to sports, and washington redskins quarterback, robert griffin iii, ended his stellar rookie season pretty painfully. in his first ever playoff appearance, griffin reinjured his ailing right knee in the fourth quarter against the seattle seahawks. while trying to scoop a bad snap, griffin went d
into a populated part of georgia at this time. here's atlanta. rome, georgia, right there. there is the circulation of this storm about to move over i-75 but not quite yet. let me show you why i am so concerned with this storm. there's the town right there. this is a signature of a tornado on the ground. this is wind coming and wind going and that circulation right through here is headed right into adaresville, georgia. we have watches all of the way from pittsburgh because we had wind damage there all of the way south to tornado warnings possible down to mobile, alabama. a widespread system. make sure you have your noaa weather radio on. buy the app for your phone that will warn you if the warning is where you are right now. very dangerous day today. we'll keep you advised. >> this is really surprising. did you say adaresville? >> yes. >> other places that could end up in the same predicament within the next few hours? >> a big squall line to the west. we call it a squall line because it's all lined up in a row. you typically don't get tornado warnings along a line of storms. when you get a couple
are following reports about a shooting at a school in atlanta. keith russell has the latest from the news4 live desk. keith? >> pat, the reports first started coming in around 2:30 this afternoon. let's show you video just in. firefighters have confirmed a 14-year-old was shot in the head at a middle school in atlanta's south side. the school says the student was alert and breathing when taken to the hospital. a teacher was also hurt, but from what we know, she was not shot. the school said it's possible the teacher was trampled in the confusion after the shooting. we're told the shooting happened outside the school building. there's a heavy police presence right now. the suspected gunman is a student. police say the other students at the school are safe and they were dismissed on too many just a few minutes ago. we'll keep you posted on this store. at the live desk, keith rustle, news4. >>> hours in the hot seat as senators grilled chuck hagel in his bid to become the next defense secretary. the former senator from nebraska was questioned on several positions, including controversial topics. d
and serving up sass on bravo's hit reality show "the real housewives of atlanta." >> but nene leakes has been pulling double duty lately. she's got that role on "the new normal" where she plays rocky, a fierce assistant who's not too different from the real nene, as we've noticed. hey. how are you? >> good morning. how are you? >> you're a busy bee, i have to say. >> i am. >> you got your fame from "the real housewives of atlanta." and you quickly took it and ran with it. and not everyone can do that, can they? >> not everyone can do that. that's very true. i've been very lucky. i've been very blessed. i think when you get an opportunity or platform such as the "real housewives of atlanta" you have to use it to your advantage. and i was able to do that, and now i'm on a primetime television show. >> yes, you are. >> are you loving that? >> i do. i love ryan murphy. he's fantastic. he is the creator of "glee," "american horror story." and now "the new normal." i love it. quite different than reality. it's a whole hour. lots of hours. >> you earn the money. >> yes, you do. >> in "the new normal
. there are reports of twisters there could be more to come they tell us. georgia, north and west of atlanta. that tornado overturned cars and tractor trailers. flattened houses and trees. no warning sirens or nothing. as we were running in, he jumps in and my son dives on me. and i get pulled out the side of the house. and i was hanging out and his legs from trapped. and he had ahold of me. if it wasn't for that i wouldn't be here but my son held on to me. >> shepard: if you know that area where the twister meets u.s. high 40. a large factory there demolished. rick reichmuth with more on the weather and where it is going. jonathan serrie live in aday or soville, -- adairsville. >> 60 miles to the northwest of atlanta. a major problem that they are dealing with is restoring electricity. it is still out, including in this area where i am. the only lights are those brought by all of the various tv crews and because of all the debris, it's taken a while for authorities to clear the roads so utility trucks can get into these areas. for several hours today, i-75, a major thoroughfare between atla
in georgia about 60 miles northwest of atlanta. one man was killed when a tree crashed through his mobile home. the storm tossed trucks around the interstate like match sticks. >> i cracked the door and it didn't give me time. when it got inside it tossed me into the bedroom and i went in the bathroom. it seemed like it would never be over. >> the system spawned least seven tornadoes through the southeast yesterday. damage was reported from georgia to virginia. another man was killed in tennessee. meteorologist david bernard of our miami station wfor is following the severe weather system. >> it's been a rough 48 hours for the eastern two-thirds of the country. income, we can take a look at the map that shows ought of the storm reports since tuesday. those blue areas, over 500 reports of wind damage across the midwest and southeastern united states and within those we have a couple dozen reports of tornadoes where we had a damaging tornado particularly in northern georgia during the day on wednesday. but the good news is the bad weather has moved out and the cooler and dryer is moving in
towards mississippi and even alabama, tornado watches are in effect until about 4:00 p.m., even in atlanta as a couple cells developed ahead of the squall lines. we'll watch the severe weather threat through the evening. the jet stream is slowly starting to lift off to the northeast but nonetheless this severe weather threat will stay with us straight through the evening hours. we'll look at severe weather from the mid-atlantic regions down through the southeast. this is not just going to be an event with isolated tornadoes. we have a lot of straight line winds out there, strong gusts, even 105-mile-per-hour wind reported east of nashville this morning and the flooding threat as we continue to see these heavy rains. >> indra petersons, thanks so much. >>> deer, antler spray, a banned substance? who knew. according to "sports illustrated" ray lewis not only knew but used the substance to heal faster. apparently there is a banned substance made from deer antlers that stimulates muscle growth. lewis tore his triceps in october, an injury so serious it could have ended his season. "sports illu
and snowing across parts of michigan and wisconsin. the biggest threat of severe weather is still from atlanta and southeast ward. that's where the tornado potentially is right now and maybe even up into the piedmont of north carolina and virginia. the big story is how all of this happened. atlanta, 70 degrees today, now down to 63, as miguel said. it is is cooling down. it's 10 degrees below zero in minot, north dakota. with windchill and heat index, it's even more sublime than that. topeka kansas has gone down 38 degrees where philadelphia was up. by this morning the cold air down in past the 24 hours and atlanta is getting cooler. st. louis is 34 degrees cooler than it was. part of the up and down of the jet stream is the energy between the cold and the warm. it is 80 and the feels like temperature in key west, it feels like 806789 the feels like wind temperature in minot is a negative 34. that's 114 degrees difference across the continental u.s., wolf. >> even here in the nation's capital, washington, d.c., was in the 20s and got in the 50s and 60s. it's going up and down. what's happening
york city later today, warming up significantly across the south for near 70 degrees in atlanta, 36 however in denver and only 13 in billings. so here's the winter weather and more spring-like weather for the eastern states. and it stays mild here all weekend long. on saturday next storm swings through with a chance of showers across the mississippi valley. snow for the high plains. notice where the coldest air is where you see the shades of pink on the map. 19 in minneapolis on saturday. and look at these numbers across the east for saturday and sunday. we stay mild ahead of this cold front. so we've got 71 in atlanta, 74 in new orleans. but cooling off in louisville, chicago, all the way down to 30. big day in atlanta as the falcons take on the seahawks. of course a lot of people tailgating for that. on monday more rain expected here across the east. and we'll see some of the showers move into the northeast and temperatures slowly starting to come down by early next week. and we're getting a lot quieter across the west. so not tracking any winter storms in that direction. remember
fox tonight 9ers holding on to a four-point lead to beat the atlanta falcons, 28-24. the new nfc champs going to the first super bowl. super bowl 47 happens in new orleans, february 3rd. i'm harris falkner, now, back to huckabee. >> we're back with larry and i want to remind you again, larry has written what you'll convinced is the most methodical, logical and rational understanding of this entire issue that i've ever seen, a long and thorough piece, we've got a link at mikehuckabee.com. and i want you to read it if you're rd in a lot mo-- interested in it in a lot more depth. the and nra proposed it and the president's plan seems more like armed police officers, resource officers, but you say if we had teachers who were trained in schools and were armed, they could prevent the kind of shootings, or at least maybe stop them before they get out of hand, like what happened at sandy hook. but that scares people, armed teachers. should they be afraid of that? >> no, and when i say armed teachers, i don't mean mandatory arming all teachers by no means, but most people don't realize th
day. that severe weather is moving up the east coast with powerful wind from atlanta to boston. we also have heavy rain in d.c., new jersey, and new york. more than a foot of lake-effect snow around western pennsylvania, upstate new york and michigan. rain and mountain snow in the northwest. 50s from seattle to portland. 15 below zero in fargo. single digits. indianapolis, omaha. 50s and falling in the northeast. >> very different day here than yesterday. for sure. >> yes. another from the, "we wouldn't show it to you if it didn't go in" file. talking basketball here. the high school variety. >> came right at the end of the first half on tuesday. a game between two team from rhode island, here we go. waiting for it. wait for it here. did we see it? yeah, that was senior ben gerard, merville high school, the captain, leading scorer, player of the game. see it again. there, missed it the first time. >> that may be luck. you don't practice that shot, right. that may not be skill. luck. >> everybody in their backyard hoop, school, practices the half court hoop. >> that wasn't like a. >
francisco. >>> next sunday seattle visits the top seeded atlanta falcons and houston will be at new england. let's take to it college football. at the go code.com bowl arkansas state took the lead just before halftime. held on for 17-13 victory there. tonight it is the bcs national championship game with number one notre dame facing number two alabama. there will be a national hockey season this year. the league and the players union announced a deal to end the lockout and play a shortened season starting neck week. the tournament of champions pga tour will try again today to play some golf. wind gusts and rain in hawaii have delayed the start for three days in a row. >>> just ahead marijuana rumors swirl around a teen pop star and gerard depardieu gets comfy in his new homeland. plus find out where honey boo's money is going now that her family is raking in the big bucks. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back on this monday morning. the northwest getting it pretty good. some rain. also watching snow levels on the rise as warmer air moves in, avalanche watches in effect for the ol
run in atlanta. the biggest consumer technology trade show kicks number of vegas today. among the highlights, a coffee table sized computer that works like a very large tablet. >>> just ahead, alabama bashes notre dame for yet another bcs title. what a game that was. >>> plus, all sorts of unexpected things can happen on live television. we got the video to prove it. >>> and "early today" in america -- a malfunctioning escalator set off panic and terror at a new jersey rail station. commuters began screaming and jumping off the descending staircase. fife people were injured in that. >>> a ton of dolphins put on an amazing show for callens on a whale-watching tour. herds like these have been known to number over 10,000. >>> finally, malls normally attract teens but not in this case. the 103-year-old colorado man you see here has been a beloved mall staple for the past 12 years. every day he spends two hours walking around the mall for a little exercise and maybe window shopping to boot. >>> in sports, bcs national championship game of college football, alabama scored on its fir
. in the spring of 1863 there's a waive of food rite that start in atlanta and for a month, i think it's more than a dozen food riot sweep the confederacy all by women numbering from dozen richmond it's. 00 followed by a crowd of 1,000 other people, and this is, i mean, everybody -- the press initially thinks it's a conspiracy. they have conspiracy theories that union is fermenting this. it's not. it's women. richmond the mayor indicted the women. and the court records there to show one woman organized this and called the women being planned for at least a ten day -- she called women to public meeting at a baptist church. she told them to come to the market the next morning to leave their children at home and come armed. they did. they showed up the next morning and ripped up the war of and the warehouses in richmond. and for a month, the confederacy was convulsed. davis tried to stopped telegraph line. the union -- and the war just gloating over this. this must be the end. the women are up in arms and giving them grief. so they step to the making of history, i think that moment in a decisive way.
shot to death. as police rushed toward his school bus in midland, atlanta, they found much worse. this bright yellow rolling sanctuary for a group of elementary school kids had become a horrific crime scene. the armed suspect police would learn had escaped with a 6-year-old boy in his hands, heading to an underground bunker on his property, holding the boy prisoner, eight feet below ground in an earthen cave stocked with supplies that could last weeks. the young witnesses telling authorities it was a raid on their school bus by a mean man determined to take a child hostage. >> he started telling him he needed a kid because of something about the law coming after him. >> reporter: police sources identify the suspect as 65-year-old jimmy lee dykes, a man who has been in trouble with the law before on charges he fired a gun at a neighbor. the boy is on medication and is said to have special needs. >> at this time, we have no reason to believe that the child has been harmed. >> reporter: police have been in contact with the gunman using a pvc pipe to communicate through. and late tod
'll want to seek shelter. atlanta, heading through pittsburgh, west virginia, and then afternoon traveling through much of the carolinas. again, all eyes, best chance of tornadoes is in the state of tennessee. thankfully, no fatalities overnight. we'll talk about the snowstorm going on in the northern plains later. that's a look at the national forecast. now a look outside your window. >> so we have the snow on the back side of the storm, too. we have winter storm warnings that extend pretty much from iowa all the way up to wisconsin. we could see as much as six inches of snow today. a lot of travel at the airports is go to come a disaster. the high winds with the storm system, trying to fly in the eastern half of the country today is going to be a major challenge. >> bad news for travelers. >>> well, a 16-mile stretch of the mighty mississippi is closed halting trade for dozens of ships. and we'll tell you which business stories are worth keeping an eye on today. plus, new york city billionaire mayor just gave vice president biden a compliment that any man could be proud of. details in tw
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